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Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four More TV shows have made their way on to DVD and Blu-ray, and DVD Talk has got them covered. Check out our reviews of the newest TV releases including: Star Trek: Enterprise - Season Four - from top to bottom, this fourth season represents the best Enterprise to date and is undoubtedly worth the price of admission; Angry Birds Toons - it's hard to ignore the charm of these ubiquitous bird, as they're witty, hilarious and highly reminiscent of the days when we used to watch Looney Tunes and Tom & Jerry; and The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Fully Roasted - a playful, mildly anarchic spirit rules the day in these 17 roasts making for a highly amusing collection of solid comedy. Other shows recently reviewed include:  Rawhide: The Seventh Season, Volume 1, The Carol Burnett Show: Carol's Crack Ups, and Is this a Zombie! Season 1.  Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia This week the DVD Savant has a number of new reviews and articles including: Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - Sam Peckinpah either found the perfect expression for his nihilistic world view with this movie, or he went absolutely freaking nuts.; Used Cars - Bob Zemeckis and Bob Gale chalk up another anarchic comedy, this time a raunchy satire that equates American enterprise with chicanery, fraud and appeals to the baser instincts. Sign me up; and Men in War - This well-received "lost patrol" combat film is an intense low budget effort made by top talent... It got its reputation by sticking to a tough-minded, realistic script and giving free rein to an excellent cast. Read all this and more in this week's DVD Savant.

Riot in Cell Block 11 This week several great movies are coming out, including a few that shouldn't be missed: Riot in Cell Block 11 [review] - a smart film that raises some issues to which there aren't a lot of easy answers... this Criterion Blu-ray is excellent in pretty much every regard; The Pawnbroker [review] - a great looking and sounding presentation marks the perfect time to acquaint (or reacquaint) yourself with this forgotten classic; and La Maison de la Radio [review] - by presenting a kaleidoscope of many little elements that go into the creation of public radio programming, director Nicolas Philibert has crafted a fascinating, quietly joyful film. Other reviews of note include Lady Whirlwind / Hapkido [review] , Master of the House [review], and Scream Park [review]. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Fargo: Remastered Edition Some really excellent discs have been released lately... just take a look at these Highly Recommended titles: Fargo: Remastered Edition - this classic from the Coen Brothers faultlessly treads the line between idiosyncratic comedy and nailbiter tension; Double Indemnity - 70th Anniversary Limited Edition - a film noir classic that takes one's breath away even after multiple viewings; and Norma Rae: 35th Anniversary - Sally Field an Academy Award for this film that seeks to remind us of the importance of the unity of people, and also the profound impact that can be felt because of the determination of a few. Other recent reviews include: Demons, The First Time, and Dead Shadows.  Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Transcendence Planning a trip to the local multiplex this weekend? Here are DVD Talk's reviews of the latest theatrical releases: Transcendence - an interesting premise with crucial social commentary hidden underneath the massive flood of issues, and pacing is incredibly slow making the film feel much longer than it actually is; Blue Ruin - one of the most unique revenge thrillers to come about in the past decade... this is a powerful feature that has put writer/director Jeremy Saulnier on the list of the top filmmakers to watch; Hank and Asha - Director James E. Duff puts us right in the middle of this love story as it develops, making it feel as important as one of our own relationships. Other recent films include: Draft Day, Oculus, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Noah, Nymphomaniac: Volume II, The Raid 2: Berandal, Muppets Most Wanted, Nymphomaniac: Volume I, Bad Words, Need for Speed, and Veronica Mars. Check out these, and more, in DVDTalk's Theatrical Review section.

Little House on the Prairie - Season One & The Pilot Movie TV on DVD remains very popular with more and more favorites being released. New TV reviews include: Little House on the Prairie - Season One & The Pilot Movie - now on Blu-ray, this superb and unique series began impressively, realistically depicting harsh, often grueling and cruel pioneer life, seen through the eyes of a young girl; Teen Titans Go: Mission to Misbehave - Season 1, Part 1 - exciting, fun, and a comedic goldmine, this show reunites the original Teen Titans voice cast for animated sketch-comedy; and NYPD Blue: Season Five - season 5 of this police drama demonstrates that the show could transcend its signature gimmicks and still hold TV viewers' rapt attention. Other shows recently reviewed include:  Criminal Minds: The Eighth Season, My Mother the Car: The Complete Series, and The Bletchley Circle: Season 2.  Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.

DVD Savant This week the DVD Savant is attending the TCM Classic Film Festival, which means his posts will be a little sparse this week. To tide you over, here are some recent articles you may have missed: The Golden Voyage of Sinbad - The new HD transfer for this Ray Harryhausen's two production is good, and completely rescues the fire from the greenish murk of most previous versions; The Puppetoon Movie - Arnold Leibovit's theatrical collection of George Pal Puppetoon short subjects is just the headliner item on this two-disc collection. The 1987 feature contains a number of Puppetoons, but twenty more are included as extras;; and The Most Impressive Discs of 2013 - Now in its 13th year, here's a roundup of the best releases from last year... this is the armload of last year's discs the Savant would save if my house were sucked into an interdimensional black hole, and he could only make one trip to the shelves; Read all this and more in this week's DVD Savant.


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